1. Seventies Spook Show Test

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    from Jason Willis / Added

    10 seconds worth of process/ texture/ spline wrap tests.

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    • QUICK TIP 04: BRUSH IN THE AIR

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      from Berd / Added

      27K Plays / / 73 Comments

      In this video I show you how to create a "brush in the air" effect. All you have to do is create a landscape object (or object with a lot of polygons), add "spline wrap" deformer as a child and then create a spline. This spline is gonna be our shape created with the brush effect. The inspiration to create this tutorial comes from the awesome work of "Velvet spectrum": https://www.behance.net/velvetspectrum Audio: Phonat - Ghetto burnin' *All the object properties could variate with different typographies or splines.

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      • L.O.V.E

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        from Marius Schmücker / Added

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        CINEMA 4D, After Effects

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        • VFS in C4D

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          from Sean Dimitrie / Added

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          A little exercise with C4D with Spline Wrap.

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          • Geigelstein

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            from Beach Mob Jelly / Added

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            This is a short animation, created for a piece of furniture, called 'Geigelstein'. Geigelstein is a non-commercial student project i did at the Hochschule Coburg, Germany in 2014. It's a combination of shelf and standing desk with implementation of a dual electrical socket. It is based on the original design of Nils Holger Moormanns 'Kampenwand'. The animation itself features the star of this piece of furniture, which is the rope that is holding the whole thing together and stable. However, the textile power cable is not seen in this animation. software: cinema 4d, after effects modelling and animation: beachmobjellies music: stereolab - percolations (edited by beachmobjellies)

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            • Wire

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              from Tony Romano / Added

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              Simple spline wrap experiment

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              • Ribbon - Spline Wrap - Cinema 4D + After Effects

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                from Juliano / Added

                1,350 Plays / / 3 Comments

                Music: SAIL - AWOLNATION

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                • Spline Wrapper 2.0 Cinema 4D plugin

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                  from Cappellaio Matto C4Dzone.com / Added

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                  This video show how to use spline wrapper 2.0 plugin

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                  • Using the Align to Spline Tag with Xpresso in Cinema 4D

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                    from EJ Hassenfratz / Added

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                    In this tutorial I'm going to cover some awesome time saving tips when using Cinema 4D's 'Align to Spline' tag or splines in general. I'll go over how to get objects to align & animate with the tips of an object created by a SweepNURB or a SplineWrap Deformer as one would when creating such things as a power cord with a plug, or a headphone cord with a headphone jack, or any abstract animation where you need an object to move perfectly with the movement/growth of the SweepNURB. I'll demonstrate how this can be done by simply changing the way the intermediate spline points are interpolated. I'll then show you a way to use a simple XPresso setup to have total control over the entire SweepNURB growth/object tip rig to animate by adjusting just one parameter. In the second part of this tutorial, I'll go over the same concepts only this time I'll show you how you can use it with a SplineWrap deformer's offset and use an example of how you can get a Light Object to align to the tip of a light streak so you can composite a lens flare or particles at the front tip of the light streak in After Effects. We'll also do this by using an Align to Spline tag and a bit more complex Xpresso. Enjoy! Check out more tutorials on my blog: www.eyedesyn.com/ Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com/eyedesyn Stay up to date with the latest Cinema 4D tutorials by signing up to the Eyedesyn newsletter: eepurl.com/CpO1n

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                    • Shoelace Writing Tutorial Example

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                      from Matthew Pearson / Added

                      This is the final render from my "Writing your name with a Shoelace Using Spline Wrap" tutorial that can be found on my website here http://www.matt-pearson.net/write-your-name-with-a-shoelace-using-spline-wrap/

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